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When buying a new car, many people assume that there is no need to check since they trust the car review from the dealership. However, this is an unreasonable point of view.
When it comes to car sales in the Philippines, many dealerships are selling low-quality vehicles. So taking time for about 1 hour before receiving the car will avoid the following risks:
Here we provide you with a checklist before making a deal with any dealership which you cannot find at any other new car listing pages!
The driver should check the exterior paint for scratches, especially the bends and door edges. Because the car has been transported many times by container truck before being delivered to the showroom.
When purchasing a car, you also need to check the windshield, rear window, and door glass to make sure they don't have any scratches
Chairs and leather must ensure no wrinkles or creases of people sitting on them. The seams do not fray and the interior does not have a strange smell. Besides, the functions of the chair also need to operate smoothly, without noise from the seat joint.
Whether you're buying a new car or a used car, it's important that you test drive it. This is your chance to evaluate whether the car is right for you and your family's needs.
The irrevocable step is to check and receive all the documents listed in the handover record/car purchase contract. Please check if the newly purchased chassis number matches the vehicle documents and the contract.
Buying a new car from the dealership may cause great troubles to new drivers. But this above checklist should be helpful if you have the intention of purchasing a new car. If you are more into 2nd hand car in the Philippines, there are more tips on Philkotse.com and other new car listing pages. Don’t forget to check them out!